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Indiana: Trapper Sentenced For Dumping Carcasses - As Many as 200- Skinned Calves, Dogs, Cats, Raccoons, and Coyotes Were Dumped

Animals  (tags: indiana, trapper. animal cruelty, dumped carcasses, fur trade, charged )

- 3493 days ago -
A Coldwater, Ohio man learned the punishment he'll pay for disposing hundreds of animal carcasses along a Jay County ditch.

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June Marshall (395)
Saturday September 27, 2008, 11:01 am
He's a Coldwater, COLD HEARTED SCUM!!!

Joycey B (750)
Saturday September 27, 2008, 11:32 am
What a disgusting excuse for a human. I wish he'd get caught in one of his own traps. Gee, what a big punishment. Richard Homan will spend ten days behind bars and will have to pay $1,400 in restitution and court costs. What is wrong with this states laws. He should spend a long time behind bars. Sickening. I hope he has bad luck the rest of his raunchy life. Scumbag!


Electra Cy (1005)
Sunday September 28, 2008, 12:45 am
(Trapper Sentenced for Dumping Carcasses)

It should have been at the very least, ten days per offense!

This is sick and inexcusable!

Note of warning. This post may not end up on the Article it was written for. My comments have moved all day. :(


Rhonda Nolasco (37)
Sunday September 28, 2008, 12:37 pm
Where are the charges for animal abuse and cruelty?! I agree Joycey, I wish he'd get caught in his own traps too. Hope he suffers. Too bad it won't stop him.
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